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Bubble Chocolate: Aerated All Natural Candy Treat

Updated on December 27, 2010

Are you looking for an all-natural sweet chocolate treat that is decidedly unique? Rather than reaching for a traditional candy bar the next time you’re craving the sweet goodness of chocolate, opt instead for a Bubble Chocolate® bar.

The Bubble Chocolate Difference

What makes a Bubble Chocolate bar so unique? While it’s natural to wonder just what can make one candy bar truly stand out from the others, you don’t have to look far to find the answer to this question. After all, the answer is right in the name. Bubble Chocolate actually has bubbles! That’s the “secret”.

Microair Bubbles in Aerated Chocolate

What makes Bubble Chocolate different is the fact that it is aerated. When you bite into a Bubble Chocolate bar, you’ll see that there are microair bubbles throughout the candy. This makes for a fun and flavorful snacking experience that anyone who appreciates top quality all natural chocolate can enjoy.

All-Natural Reduced Calorie Candy

Not only do Bubble Chocolate bars taste great, they also have fewer calories than traditional candy bars. This fact makes Bubble Chocolate a particularly appealing choice for those who are keeping a close eye on calorie consumption. You can enjoy six squares of a Bubble Chocolate bar for only 100 calories, which is a great benefit to dieters who want to be able to occasionally indulge cravings for sweet treats.

While most reduced calorie candy bars have artificial ingredients, this is not the case with Bubble Chocolate. The lower calorie count is a function of the production process, not the addition of chemicals and fillers. The nature of the aerated process used to infuse bubbles throughout the candy is what makes Bubble Chocolate have a third fewer calories than other candy bars.

2009 U.S. Product Introduction

If you’re not familiar with Bubble Chocolate bars, that’s probably because this unique all natural candy product hasn’t been on the market for very long. Bubble Chocolate was only introduced in U.S. markets in 2009. Of the product’s first year on the market, Paul Pruett, CEO of Bubble Chocolate says, “In 12 months, Bubble Chocolate has gained incredible distribution throughout North America and it’s exciting to be part of building a brand that is new and that buyers and consumers are energized about.”

Try Bubble Chocolate Yourself

Bubble Chocolate is available in milk and dark chocolate varieties. It is sold at many locations throughout the U.S. and Canada. Retailers carrying Bubble Chocolate include Duane Reade HomeGoods, Meijer, T.J. Maxx, Whole Foods Markets (in select states) and many others. You can also order from

Learn More About Bubble Chocolate

For additional information, visit or follow Bubble Chocolate on Face Book at and Twitter at


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